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to expand and create jobs. create new taxpayers. that's how you get new revenue. president obama wants to punish success. that's very sad. >> greta: you say that president obama wants to punish success. i'm curious to what extent you think those two percent people will in a commensurate way will reduce their charitable giving so they won't feel any sort of the pinch of the tax increase, but it will be charitable organizations. >> what's happening right now, businesses are speeding up dividends in anticipation of increased taxes. people are also speeding up charitable giving here at the end of the year. listen. americans. >> greta: next year. >> we're a generous society. >> that could be a problem. most people donate do it because they have a depth of feeling, they do it from a charitable heart. that's not going to curtail that much based on what happens to the tax code. >> greta: someone who gave $5,000 this year might want to only give 4,000. maybe the person won't completely do away with contributions, but i do suspect, i don't know, is that it will have an impact with some on some c
for president obama's commitment and the democratic senators from new york and new jersey say that this is going to be a tough fight in congress given the fiscal cliff. and some members have not been friendly to disaster relief. but the care with which this package has been putting to has given us a good head start. after hurricane katrina, the government ended up spending more than $120 billion in aid to affected areas. many lawmakers this weekend are saying they think $60.4 billion for sandy relief is a good start. rick? >> thanks very much. peter doosey in cash -- in washington. >> december 1972, and a hope to return. a private company is picking up the mission and planing to make lunar travel affordable to anyone with an extra $1.5 billion. doug mcelway has the story. >> we realize it is the stuff of science fiction. we intend to make it science fact. >> it would appear too incredible. except these former nasa managers are credible and experienced. calling their project golden spike. they planned to send man back to the moon within a decade on commercial spacecraft at a cost of $7 billion to
'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. 29 minutes past the hour. >>> big news in the fiscal cliff fiasco. john boehner and president obama are finally talking to each other. in 22 days, we go over the cliff's edge, when sweeping tax hikes and spending cuts kick in unless a deal gets done and congress set to go on holiday recess on friday. it must be nice for them. after 23 days of out speaking face to face, president obama and house speaker boehner sat down face to face and had a real-life discussion. i want to bring in white house correspondent brianna killeilar live from washington. we don't have a lot of details. maybe that's a good thing. >> that may be a good thing. the white house and speaker's office putting out a statement really just saying the two men are talking and lines of communication are open. they appear to be talking in good faith. but we don't have any specifics. it's important to notice that this conversation is going on. the president and the speaker, haven't met, have not met for a little over three weeks when they sat down yesterday. and they actually hadn't
next week. that could start to pave the way for them to create a new government. >> very interesting. margaret brennan, thank you noor. >>> in washington this morning, just 26 days left before the fiscal cliff deadline. president obama spoke on the phone with house speaker john boehner on wednesday while his treasury secretary said the white house is, in fact, ready to go straight over the fiscal cliff. major garrett is at the white house. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah and charlie. later on this afternoon the president will travel across the potomac river to northern virginia to meet a middle-class family to make the self-evident point if the there is a deal and taxes are raised by about $2,000 they'll be happier and spend more money. that's the p.r. side of this. much more importantly, for the deal, the two key players yesterday picked up the phone. the phone call relatively brief and substantive, though details remain illusive. shorter, sources say. the last week 28-minute conversation described then as curt, direct and frank. no one with this call used such
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